I suspect this question has been asked a (large?) number of times before, but is there any way of defining a static IP address (non-DHCP-requested) on the network Tablo device?
I like to define static IP address for sort of permanent devices in my home - printers, SANs, etc., outside the defined DHCP-served range on the router.
Usually I can do that on some router configuration page but, unfortunately the router I have limits that functionality. The router I have is the AT&T Uverse (Pace Plc 5268AC). I can define a static IP address for a device on the router, but only within the DHCP range (x.x.x.64-253, in this case). From the router I can’t assign a static IP address for a device outside that range, which is what I like to do for these sort-of-permanent devices…
The Uverse documentation sez, in order to set an IP addr for a device outside the DHCP range, one must do that from the device itself.
Soooo, here I am. Is it possible to do that on the network Tablo device?
Thanks for the help.